In the 16th century, all roads led to Prague — or from it. The city had long been an incubator for vibrant musical activity and was an essential stop for composers from neighboring Poland, Slovenia, and Germany, but also from farther afield. “Slavic Routes: Music from Renaissance Prague” brings a fascinating cross-section of sacred vocal polyphony from this musical crossroads together and to life. Projection and in-concert commentary provided by Erika Supria Honisch, Stony Brook University.
Co-sponsored by Sacred Music at Notre Dame. Made possible by the Marjorie O’Malley Sacred Music Series.